A Lazy, Almost Fall Day



The weather had finally turned a bit cooler, and the sounds of the almost-fall garden (bees buzzing lazily around the basil and the begonia blossoms, crunchy yellow leaves already underfoot from the birch trees) wafted through the wide-open windows of Rabbit’s tea shop, where they mingled with the scents of drying lavender and herbs, fragrant teas, and carrot-cake squares.


(September 2023)


Story © Jennifer Singleton / Read+Purr
This is another vignette in my ongoing series of Tiny Garden Stories: peaceful 1-minute tales that let you read like a kid again. Click one of the first two buttons below to go to (or back to, if that’s where you fell down the rabbit hole) either the “Public Garden” archive page or (if you’re a Story Club member) to the members-only “Private Garden” page. Or click the third button to learn more about my Tiny Garden Stories. If you’re new to Tiny Garden Story-land and would like 10 days’ worth of stories from our first year, visit ReadPurrNewsletter.com.


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